Prove that the equation:
can be represented as a rational integral equation in x & y.
NOTE: No latex for arccot?
EDIT: @Mush:doesn't work!Code:\acot
EDIT: Thanks Soroban! Also, is the only way it seems.
Prove that the equation:
can be represented as a rational integral equation in x & y.
NOTE: No latex for arccot?
EDIT: @Mush:doesn't work!Code:\acot
EDIT: Thanks Soroban! Also, is the only way it seems.
Hello, fardeen_gen!
Prove that the equation: .
can be represented as a rational integral equation in and
. . That is: .
Take the tangent of both sides: .
. .
. .
. . .[1]
Since
substitute into [1]:
. .
. . . .
Simplify: .
Multiply by
Factor and simplify: .
Square both sides: .
. . and we have a polynomial equaton in and